Zachary Roberts Spotlight
At Silversphere, our focus is to benefit the lives of seniors through emergency pendants and call systems. The first step, we believe, is to help ensure resident safety by having a dedicated and responsible Production Supervisor – like Zachary Roberts. This month, we’re excited to highlight Zachary in our Employee Spotlight!

Born in Sarasota, Florida, Zachary has lived in Alaska and almost everywhere in between! Zachary relocated several times as his parents were engineers and did a lot of contract work. Due to his parent’s line of work, Zachary attended 24 different grade schools but graduated from Clearwater High School in Clearwater, Florida in 2000. He then attended Daytona State College and earned an A.S. in Architecture. 

Before starting at Silversphere, Zachary worked as a manager in the restaurant business. His favorite hobbies include woodworking, building things, and attending concerts. His three life highlights include marrying his wife, raising their two sons, and buying their first home.

Zachary has worked at Silversphere for three years, and his favorite part of being a Production Supervisor is his ability to make adjustments to the production process to increase efficiency. His favorite part of being a team member at Silversphere is that he has the ability to make a difference in the world.

“I also like the responsibility of knowing that our products can save a life.”

Thank you, Zachary, for being such a great addition to the Silversphere team. Being an industry leader in senior living technology solutions, as well as our unprecedented experience with emergency pendants and call systems, would not be possible without fantastic employees like Zachary!

Because of our success and growth, we are looking for new members to add to our already outstanding team. Interested in a career with Silversphere? See which jobs are available and contact us today!


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